Find some local hidden gems, experience something like no other and support black-owned businesses!
Explore an important part of Pittsburgh's culture through its black-owned business. From restaurants and bars, to arts and culture, you won't want to miss these local favorites.
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Enjoy the flavors of Pittsburgh’s 90 neighborhoods. From a chill teahouse in Deutchtown, to a South Side soul food experience like no other, these black-owned Pittsburgh eateries are just a few worth mentioning:
The perfect cup of tea, good company and a relaxing stop along the way. What could be better than that? Stop by Arnold’s Tea while you explore the eclectic Deutchtown.
If you love soul food, you won’t want to miss this family-owned Pittsburgh favorite. You’ll love the thoughtfully prepared seasonal menu and live music!
Showcase BBQ is the definition of a hidden gem. This delicious BBQ joint in Homewood will blow you away and keep you coming back for more. Don’t miss it!
Experience the good life at Savoy. Part restaurant, part jazz club, Savoy is perfect for a late night of fun and refinement. Come for brunch, dinner or happy hour, and have a good time.
If you love to learn about a city's culture while enjoying, food, drinks, music and entertainment, you will definitely want to come to town for these festivals!
Hosted at the August Wilson Cultural Center, this film festival highlights African American cinema and unique black people and celebrates filmmaking pioneers of recent decades.
Musicians and jazz lovers from around the world gather in Pittsburgh, sharing one common bond, jazz! The Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival is presented by Citizens Bank and hosted by the August Wilson Cultural Center for African American Culture.
Did you know the country’s first Black Brew Festival is hosted right here in Pittsburgh? Fresh Fest is a celebration of black-owned breweries, regionally and across the country.
Black culture is celebrated every day in Pittsburgh through its artists and expression. Here are some cultural experiences to try out next time you’re in town.
What better way to pass the time than pottery painting in Lawrenceville? Grab your squad and have a great time painting the night away. And don’t forget: Kiln-N-Time is BYOB!
The childhood home of its namesake, famed Pittsburgh playwright August Wilson, the August Wilson House is being restored to become a community center for art, revitalization and inspiration.
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The Kelly Strayhorn Theater celebrates diversity in voice, thought, and expression, and upholds a firm commitment to inclusion. Find the Kelly Strayhorn Theater on Pittsburgh East End, and catch a inspired performance.